anderson, what he described is simply this sort of camaraderie. you've got a lot of firefighters, a lot of police officers, you've got first responders, people from the coast guard here. what paul told us earlier, he said you know, look, if you had a house that was closest to the water, you would simply open your door, your window, and everybody else would open their door and the breeze would simply flow through those homes but right now, we can tell you the smell of smoke so heavy in the air, firefighters spent the better part of the day simply trying to put out blazes that kept erupting. one of them on the wires. it's pitch dark by the way because you really can't even see all the electricity is off. they don't know whether the fire was caused by a transformer or by some downed power line. but even one of those posts holding all those power lines, that was on fire at one point today. so this is still very much in progress, with people trying to figure out exactly what they're going to do next. right now, they are trying to catch their breath.